Connecting the Dots

Jason’s Midnight Road contest–a marvelous feast of flash fiction–came to an end last Friday. Elisha Bridges bagged the top honours for the supernal entry, Jimmy Crick. There were four other winners, with excellent pieces to their credit. Congratulations to all the winners and runners up!

Be sure to check out the newest blogger interview at FlashFlood this Monday. It’s the turn of Fringes, the author of the blog Life As A Sarcastic Fringehead, on the hot seat this time.

Scott shared his moment of glory a few days back, when he posted the news of his story, Damned Carnival, winning the first prize in a contest from among 80 participants. The win also leads him to his first publishing credit. Don’t forget to applaud Scott on this fabulous accomplishment. Here’s hoping this is the first in the line of many more publishing victories, Scott 🙂

Lisa’s blog renovation coincided with her great interview of romance writer, Susan May Warren. In this delightful conversation, Warren shares her insights as a writer with a strong connection to Christian principles.

Happy weekend!

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13 thoughts on “Connecting the Dots

  1. Bhaswati, thanks so much for announcing my upcoming Flood interview on your site. What a pleasant Sunday morning discovery. When is your turn on the hot seat?

  2. Bhaswati,I have been to your blog more than few times, but never really got a chance to comment. I really like your writing style and the great sharing spirit you have whenever you come across some wonderful information. Thanks for all that! I am looking forward to read your book.Cheers,Nav

  3. Welcome to my blog, Nav, and thanks for the kind words! The best part about the internet is sharing, and I am glad to do what little I can. I am going to add you to both the blog links here and on my food blog. Your blog is lovely, or should I say, delish. Keep checking in 🙂

  4. I have never participated in a blog carnival or flash fiction contest, but you made it sound very interesting!I look forward to checking out your other links as well.Thanks for sharing!Wishing you a safe and happy 4th of July!

  5. Marti, the flash contest at Jason’s blog was a huge success and a great learning experience. Be sure to check his blog for news on the next one. It promises to be even more exciting. A very happy 4th of July to you too!

  6. Hey hey Sury,Wanted to say congrats to everyone and thank you for the interview posts–I might have missed them otherwise.I haven’t been around writers4writers in a bit, hope things are well there.

  7. Thank you so much for the shout out. It has been a very exciting and encouraging experience. I’m becoming more focused in what I’m reading now, so that I may continue in the same direction that I’ve started in. Thanks again.

  8. You are most welcome, Scott. It’s been encouraging indeed, not just for you, but for us, your fellow bloggers, as well. Good to hear about the focused reading. That’s great!

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